Marlborough travel guide

Marlborough Tourism | Marlborough Guide

You're Going to Love Marlborough

With a population of 7 885, Marlborough is a must-see destination in England, United Kingdom. Marlborough deserves at least 2 full days for you to see its main sights.

Activities & attractions in Marlborough

Where to Eat in Marlborough

If you’re looking for affordable options, The Crown at Aldbourne (The Square) and Sarsens Restaurant (84 High Street) are great picks.

When to visit Marlborough

Marlborough in April
Estimated hotel price
£43
1 night at 3-star hotel
Marlborough in April
Estimated hotel price
£43
1 night at 3-star hotel

Looking for warm weather? Then head to Marlborough in July, when the average temperature is 15 °C, and the highest can go up to 20 °C. The coldest month, on the other hand, is January, when it can get as cold as 0 °C, with an average temperature of 2 °C. You’re likely to see more rain in June, when precipitation is around 70 mm. In contrast, February is usually the driest month of the year in Marlborough, with an average rainfall of 30 mm.

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How to Get to Marlborough

Plane

Although Marlborough doesn’t have its own airport, you can fly to Oxford Kidlington (OXF), which is located 54 km from Marlborough. The shortest domestic flight to Marlborough departs from Belfast and takes around 1h 10m.

Train

Eurostar is the most popular train carrier serving Marlborough, followed by AccesRail. The train journey from Marlborough to Bristol takes 1h 34m and costs around £25 for a one-way ticket. When coming by train from Nottingham, expect to pay about £32 for a 1h 46m trip. The train station in Marlborough is called Marlborough Bedwyn, and is located 10 km from the city centre.

Car

Another option to get to Marlborough is to pick up a car hire from London, which is about 111 km from Marlborough. You’ll find branches of GREEN MOTION and Europcar, among others, in London.

Bus

Several bus lines operate bus routes to Marlborough, including National Express, Megabus and FlixBus. From Southampton, the bus ride to Marlborough takes 153 km and will cost you around £5. From Bristol, the ticket costs about £8 for a journey of 217 km.

Plane

Although Marlborough doesn’t have its own airport, you can fly to Oxford Kidlington (OXF), which is located 54 km from Marlborough. The shortest domestic flight to Marlborough departs from Belfast and takes around 1h 10m.

Train

Eurostar is the most popular train carrier serving Marlborough, followed by AccesRail. The train journey from Marlborough to Bristol takes 1h 34m and costs around £25 for a one-way ticket. When coming by train from Nottingham, expect to pay about £32 for a 1h 46m trip. The train station in Marlborough is called Marlborough Bedwyn, and is located 10 km from the city centre.

Car

Another option to get to Marlborough is to pick up a car hire from London, which is about 111 km from Marlborough. You’ll find branches of GREEN MOTION and Europcar, among others, in London.

Bus

Several bus lines operate bus routes to Marlborough, including National Express, Megabus and FlixBus. From Southampton, the bus ride to Marlborough takes 153 km and will cost you around £5. From Bristol, the ticket costs about £8 for a journey of 217 km.

Airports near Marlborough

Airlines serving Marlborough

Lufthansa
Good (4,680 reviews)
KLM
Good (848 reviews)
SWISS
Good (945 reviews)
British Airways
Good (4,747 reviews)
Turkish Airlines
Good (2,178 reviews)
Delta
Good (4,443 reviews)
Austrian Airlines
Good (471 reviews)
Air France
Good (976 reviews)
Iberia
Good (1,602 reviews)
Emirates
Excellent (2,103 reviews)
United Airlines
Good (4,941 reviews)
Qatar Airways
Good (2,367 reviews)
Brussels Airlines
Good (220 reviews)
Air Canada
Good (6,213 reviews)
LOT
Good (665 reviews)
Finnair
Good (771 reviews)
Scandinavian Airlines
Good (784 reviews)
TAP AIR PORTUGAL
Good (1,178 reviews)
Singapore Airlines
Excellent (927 reviews)
Etihad Airways
Good (848 reviews)
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Where to stay in Marlborough

Average rates range from around £102 per night for a double room in a 3-star hotel to £65 and up for a 5-star experience.

Where to stay in popular areas of Marlborough

Most booked hotels in Marlborough

The Queen's Arms
4 stars
Excellent (9, Excellent reviews)
£88+
The Pheasant Inn
4 stars
Excellent (9, Excellent reviews)
£89+
The Three Swans Hotel, Hungerford, Berkshire
4 stars
Excellent (8.6, Excellent reviews)
£64+
The Bell at Ramsbury
4 stars
Excellent (8.5, Excellent reviews)
£88+
the kingsbury 7even 8ight
3 stars
Excellent (8.3, Excellent reviews)
£72+
The Dundas Arms
4 stars
Excellent (8.3, Excellent reviews)
£102+

Hiring a car in Marlborough

Expect to pay £1.43 per litre in Marlborough (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between £17.08 and £22.77. The most frequently booked car type in Marlborough is Intermediate (Class Intermediate SUV or similar). If you’re looking to save money, though, keep in mind that Compact car hire (Ford Focus or similar) is, on average, 63% cheaper than other car hire types in the city.

Expect to pay £1.43 per litre in Marlborough (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between £17.08 and £22.77. The most frequently booked car type in Marlborough is Intermediate (Class Intermediate SUV or similar). If you’re looking to save money, though, keep in mind that Compact car hire (Ford Focus or similar) is, on average, 63% cheaper than other car hire types in the city.